Yield: Yields about 10 cups.
Yum, yum. But I still prefer kettle corn (love the lightness and that sweet and salty combo), so I could only give 4 stars to this recipe. I still highly recommend it. It's like a more sophisticated (and much more delicious) form of Cracker Jack, but w/o the prize.
Excellent and easy recipe. I must admit that I popped the corn the old-fashioned way, on the stove, but followed the recipe in all other aspects. Beats some of the better designer popcorns out there. It will become a staple at this house.
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